Dell OptiPlex 755 80GB SATA Desktop

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Dell OptiPlex 755 80GB SATA Desktop
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Unknown (Monday, Jun 01 to Thursday, Jun 04) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
5/23/2015 - $129.99 (Woot Plus)
4/23/2015 - $139.99 (Woot Plus)
3/24/2015 - $139.99 (Woot Plus)

Don’t know about you guys - but this seems like a better deal from the Moofi on the Sellout! page…

http://sellout.woot.com/offers/dell-optiplex-760-160gb-sata-desktop-14?ref=cnt_wp_15_24

This computer is junk. You have to waste more money trying to dispose of the parts. It’s not fast enough for basic web browsing. Most $200 laptop you can get on ebay will run raps around this.

Huh, so that’s where all our old Optiplex 755’s I’ve been having our recycler pick up are going…

Dear Wootbot,
Your Moofi listing for the OptiPlex 760 is now sold out - you’re welcome.

Though my first post is referring to company recycling, there’s usually a handful of places to take full computer towers, monitors, and other electronics to recycle for free no matter where you live (in the U.S. at least). Just gotta put int he effort into looking online.
Hell, the recycling company we use for all our old IT equipment at work gives me back scrap material worth for picking up. We don’t have to pay them a dime unless we’re getting secure data destruction done.
But yeah, these are 7 or 8 year old machines and the components probably will not last much longer, “refurbished” or not. Knowing these systems, most probably had blown capacitors on the motherboard and a handful more are ready to pop.

Thank you!

These are business class desktops. Easy access for upgrades & repairs.

We had both 755s and later 760s in the school district where I worked. They were all rock solid machines.